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>> carolyn: good morning, i'm carolyn tyler. we are getting an exclusive look this morning at the mess occupy oakland demonstrators made inside city hall last night. nearly 300 protestors were arrested during a niet day and night of confrontations with police. sergio, the mayor took you on a tour of the damage. >> reporter: good morning. they did give us a first look of the damage that was done by people that forced their way into city hall. a lot of damage is restricted to a broken window and papers strewn throughout the lobby area and graffiti and also the california and american flags were taken out to the front of the city hall and burned. last night, the mayor and her staff said they are tolerance for violence, occupy demonstrations in oakland has come to an end. >> city hall were was a target of the demonstrators when a few people forced their way in and made a mess of the place. jean quan voiced her frustration. >> occupy oakland has to stop using oakland as the playground and people in the occupy movement have to stop making excuses of this behavior. >> at the heigh
budget meeting tonight in oakland. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. their interruption was brief, and the focus quickly returned to the millions of dollars cities across the state will lose in redevelopment funds by the end of the month. in oakland, the hit is particularly hard. $28 million. tonight city leaders are scrambling for ways to fill the budget gap. alan wang is at city hall where those layoffs are looming. alan? >> carolyn, the meeting just finished up within the hour. and they decided to delay this very crucial vote. and that's because dissolving a $28 million redevelopment front is a very complicated process, and they don't want anyone to lose their jobs if they can prevent it. despite interruptions by occupy protesters, the city council pressed on. time is running out. >> we have never done anything this big, this fast. >> the council is under pressure is slash possibly 105 jobs that includes 20 city administrator positions by the end of the month. the loss of $28 million in redevelopment funds has the mayor proposing huge cuts in slashing the budgets of the oaknd l
for joining us. i'm carolyn tyler. dozens of police remain on guard at oakland city hall this hour after arresting nearly 300 occupy oakland demonstrators last night. tear gas and gas bang grenades mark the most turn plant clash with police since their encampment was torn down last november. there were last arrests at the downtown ymca. one band of roaming protesters also vandalized city hall. the damage inside is still being assessed this morning. sergio reports. >> city hall became one of the targets of demonstrators when a few people managed to force their way in and make a mess of the place. a visibly flustered jean quan voiced her frustration with the latest demonstration. >> the occupy oakland has got to stop using oakland as its playground and that people in the community and people in the occupy movement have to stop making excuses for this behavior. >> at the height of protestors during the day, demonstrators squared off at police. some tossed objects at officers and police responded with flash bangs and nobody grenades. as the day war on, several conflicts erupted, like this on
. i'm carolyn johnson. >> and i'm dan ashley. those court documents offer new details about what happened on new year's eve. >> our legal analyst says this new information makes the case against the sheriff even stronger. johnal -- john alston has the details. >> the allegations against his, quote, going ballistic, and pushing and pulling and grabbing his wife on new year's eve in front of their two-year-old son, and there are claims this was not the first incident. the new sheriff showed up at city hall with a growing cloud over his head. >> i look forward to reporting to work and doing what i have been elected to do, and i look forward to having my day in court. >> that was before his arrest warrant became public with more specific allegations of a confrontation with his wife on new year's eve. according to an of a gave vit, -- to an affidavit, they were on their way to a restaurant for lunch when low peases asked to -- when lopez asked to visit after the inauguration. he started to scream "f-you,"" f-you." she -- he stated something about the fact that she didn't deserve to ea
'm carolyn johnson. >> and i'm dan ashley. those court documents offer new details about what happened on new year's eve. >> our legal analyst says this new information makes the case against the sheriff even stronger. johnal -- john alston has the details. >> the allegations against his, quote, going ballistic, and pushing and pulling and grabbing his wife on new year's eve in front of their two-year-old son, and there are claims this was not the first incident. the new sheriff showed up at city hall with a growing cloud over his head. >> i look forward to reporting to work and doing what i have been elected to do, and i look forward to having my day in court. >> that was before his arrest warrant became public with more specific allegations of a confrontation with his wife on new year's eve. according to an of a gave vit, -- to an affidavit, they were on their way to a restaurant for lunch when low peases asked to -- when lopez asked to visit after the inauguration. he started to scream "f-you,"" f-you." she -- he stated something about the fact that she didn't deserve to eat. ivory madison
into an argument with another man in the restaurant. carolyn tyler has the story. >> reporter: for years this jack-in-the-box has been open 24/. >> you are kind of hungry you can go to jack-in-the-box. >> some neighbors in the surrounding residential area say this fast food restaurant is a magnet for drunks and troublemakers, especially after the bars close at 2 am. >> we need to close that jack-in-the-box between 2 am and 4 am to make sure that the neighbors have a chance for peace and quiet at night. >> reporter: david lee has started an online petition to have the restaurant's hours restricted. more than 400 people signed in just two days. many point to what happened early thanksgiving morning when according to police a fight inside the jack-in-the-box escalated into an intentional hit-and-run at the gas station down the street. offduty state firefighter albert martol remains in critical condition. that is when city hall learned the restaurant was operating around the clock without the proper permit and critics are now seizing the opportunity to try to close it for two hours overnight. >>> that
'm carolyn tyler. dozens of police remain on guard at oakland city hall this hour after arresting nearly 300 occupy oakland demonstrators last night. tier gas and gas bang grenades mark the most turn plant clash with police since their encampment was torn down last september. there were last arrests at the downtown ymca. one band of roaming protesters also damaged city hall. the damage inside is still being assessed this morning. sergio reports. >> city hall became one of the targets of demonstrators when a few people managed to force their way in and make a mess of the place a visibly flustered jean quan voiced her frustration with the latest demonstration. >> the occupy oakland has got to stop using oakland as its playground and that people in the community and people in the occupy movement have to stop making excuses for this behavior. >> at the height of protestors during the day, demonstrators squared off at police. some tossed objects at officers and police responded. as the day war on, several conflicts erupted, like this one near 14th and broadway. i talked to one woman who watched a
in for carolyn tyler. san francisco police say they are still investigating a case of a stolen monkey that was returned to the zoo yesterday. here's a picture of banana sam safe in his keeper's arms. the 17-year-old squirrel monkey was taken by the zoo thursday night. zoo officials say someone cut through the gate, climbed through the roof of the primate exhibit building and broke into the squirrel monkey habitat. a man called police yesterday and said he found the monkey in stern grove two miles from the zoo. he said he coaxed the monkey into his backpack. he said banana sam seems okay but they doubt that recovery story. >> he looks pretty good. thirsty, hungry, trembling a little bit but we did an exam and he did pretty good. knowledge. >> is it easy to coax a monkey into a backpack? >> i would say not. a monkey would be place into a backpack forcefully. >> the investigation remains open. so far the man hasn't tried to claim the $5,000 reward. he won't be on business play for a while. keepers want to make sure he's okay and repair the damage to his habitat. >>> there is throwing con
. story tonight from carolyn tyler. >>reporter: tim says he was bussed by a woman catholic church whp avenues young boy but took him 30 years to come forward this causes severe injuries that has life long effects crippling injury and sometimes you don't understand that until decades later. >>reporter: he came to the california supreme court where the justices are sdaiding how latest too late to bring a clergy abuse lawsuit. the case involves late reverend donald who once served at saint joe parish in hayward. 6 brothers say he molested them during the 1970's. but they did not link that to their psychological problems until 2006. that was three years after the california legislature extended the statute of limitations and open add one year window in 2003 for victims to sue. the spokesman for the oakland day cease believes that means time is up. >> that statute of limitation that in 2003 opened up that opportunity many gave hundreds and hundreds of people throughout the state their day in court. all but l several of those case were his settled including many that included the dio
tonight from carolyn tyler. >>reporter: well the pressure is mounting on l ross even member of transition team among those here at city hall today calling for him to resign. step down. while this investigation is under way. and while that news conference was under way, take a look at this unbee known as to anyone but photographer luke of the fog city journal, his wife lopez was there in the group. lchblingt he snapped these pictures of her. she was wearing dark glasses. she did not identify herself. she didn't say anything. mercury's attorney said she was on her way to visit him at city hall. you have to wonder though what she was thinking as those women were speaking on her behalf. demonstrators say that he should rae sign or step down while he's being investigated. for domestic violence. newly elected sheriff is accused of grabbing his wife's arm and causing a bruise on new year's eve. investigators say they have the video to private. video taken by a neighbor. members of the domestic violence consortium say the the allegations are serious and they are also incensed at the way th
. good evening. i'm dan. carolyn has the night off. there's an old saying in journalism dog is news. this woman 46-year-old was accused of biting 2 children at a book store on the peninsula. we are live in mountain view tonight with one strange story. how are the kids doing. >>reporter: well the kids were treated and released so i'm told they are doing well. however it happened at 1:00 o'clock inside this book store that just closed book buyer book store and the owner tells me that it was the mom who seemed pretty traumatized. >> woman bites children at book store. >>reporter: that's the headline scott read on the internet. >> that's freakish. right near where i hang out. >>reporter: downtown mountain view is where a lot of people hang out. today there was an incident inside a book store. >> one of the employee ran to me and said there's great trouble down there. >>reporter: this woman is one of the owners of book buyer book store on castro street and didn't see the actual encounter but was there when it happened. >> some other woman came up to the lead's little girl and the
not yet. good evening. carolyn has the night off. >> one mr. year of painful cuts before it gets any better. that's the word from the governor tonight. he was forced to reveal the new budget after state workers mistakenly posted it on line 5 days early projecting 9.2 bill collar deficit and calls for 4.2 billion dollars in cuts f.voters reject a fall tax initiative to raise sales tax and raise income tax on the rich it also calls for cuts to education with 4.8 billion dollars. 3 week ofs school. lillian is here now with this new and what many hopeless round of cuts. >> the budget deficit projected for next year is smaller and more manageable than what we have seen in lease interest years. but the governor is still calling for deep cuts. critic say it's california poor who will be bearing most of the burden. >> i can't find a job. kind of hard. having no job skills. >>reporter: mark kelly has been out of work for a year. today he wept to the alameda county social services agency to apply for cal work. california welfare to work cash assistance program which he says should help h
. carolyn has the night off. >> one mr. year of painful cuts before it gets any better. that's the word from the governor tonight. he was forced to reveal the new budget after state workers mistakenly posted it on line 5 days early projecting 9.2 bill collar deficit and calls for 4.2 billion dollars in cuts f.voters reject a fall tax initiative to raise sales tax and raise income tax on the rich it also calls for cuts to education with 4.8 billion dollars. 3 week ofs school. lillian is here now with this new and what many hopeless round of cuts. >> the budget deficit projected for next year is smaller and more manageable than what we have seen in lease interest years. but the governor is still calling for deep cuts. critic say it's california poor who will be bearing most of the burden. >> i can't find a job. kind of hard. having no job skills. >>reporter: mark kelly has been out of work for a year. today he wept to the alameda county social services agency to apply for cal work. california welfare to work cash assistance program which he says should help him pay for basic expense
attack on 2 children in a bay area store. good evening. i'm dan. carolyn has the night off. there's an old saying in journalism dog is news. this woman 46-year-old was accused of biting 2 children at a book store on the peninsula. we are live in mountain view tonight with one strange story. how are the kids doing. >>reporter: well the kids were treated and released so i'm told they are doing well. however it happened at 1:00 o'clock inside this book store that just closed book buyer book store and the owner tells me that it was the mom who seemed pretty traumatized. >> woman bites children at book store. >>reporter: that's the headline scott read on the internet. >> that's freakish. right near where i hang out. >>reporter: downtown mountain view is where a lot of people hang out. today there was an incident inside a book store. >> one of the employee ran to me and said there's great trouble down there. >>reporter: this woman is one of the owners of book buyer book store on castro street and didn't see the actual encounter but was there when it happened. >> some other woman
holiday. more details on the next generation of apple products. >> here's cali carolyn with the bloomberg business report. >> the market is closed -- in observance of the martin luther king holiday, back to business as issue. many of you may have taken the weekend to hit the slopes that might not be enough for resources. the nation's voters are struggling from a record lack of snow scrambling to make enough on their own. under see son able warmth which may end up killing -- under see son able warmth which may end up killing profits. apple will launch a slimmer iphone 5 later this year. look out for more fee customers -- features. the iphone 5 is expected to be released early this summer. >> ipad -- if you are waiting for the ipad 3, it will be here in march with a high-def screen and faster processor. if youtube is your go-to for watching videos, youtube is in talks with three of the four record companies to renew its video license. these licenses let you watch videos on youtube for free. at the new york stock exchange, i'm calli carlin with the bloomberg business report. >>> just , buyer
. >>> the cable carolyn is back in service -- cable car line is back in service. a problem with the cable forced the line to close down for a few hours. it was fixed just before 9:00 last night. >>> time now 5:08 traffic problems, rain pouring in, sal, what is happening now? >> it is not going to be a great monday so if you leave the house early, it is like asking a lot on a monday to get yourself out the door. but you should this morning if you can or just call ahead and tell them you are running behind taking you longer to get to work. as you drive out to the mcarthur maze, that traffic will be busy and you have heard your reporter saying, almost everywhere you look, some of the pavement has not been. it gets a little bit damp in the rain and this morning's commute is going to be okay on westbound bay bridge so far coming across to san francisco. we have had a lot of fender- benders, 280 southbound looking good and some of the fender benders include standing water, minor accidents on the shoulder, that kind of thing and to give yourself plenty of extra time to get through. let's go to steve.
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